Associate Editor and Columnist

Renée Graham

Renée Graham is a columnist for the Globe’s op-ed page. She started as a general assignment reporter, and then moved to features and arts covering music, film, and television as a writer and critic. She also wrote a weekly pop culture column.

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Renée Graham

America’s real affirmative action program

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There’s no greater system of affirmative action in America than the one designed to benefit the wealthy and well-connected, especially if they’re white.

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Don’t equate supporting black women with hating black men

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Amplifying the voices of black women who’ve accused singer R. Kelly of sexual abuse for 25 years doesn’t mean I dislike black men.

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It’s time for a Malcolm X monument, too

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Boston wasn’t just another stop on Malcolm’s road to manhood.

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Trump’s dictator envy targets universities

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Trump is no First Amendment champion. The only speech he wants free is anything that promotes his beliefs.